Hey there. So I just started a blog a few days ago with WordPress and have made a few posts already. I chose the free option just to get a feel for everything, but now I’m wanting to update to the premium plan as the free plan only allots 3GB of storage space, which you mentioned here. Unfortunatley, i just came across your website this morning as i was just searching for some blog tips, but my question is, what’s really the purpose of using a webhost with WordPress? The blog i created a few days ago is being hosted by WordPress, correct? Or am I missig something?
There is no denying the fact that Google AdSense is a wonderful platform that lets bloggers and website owners earn extra revenue while they focus on growing their blog or site and provide relevant content to their audience. However, a lot of users tend to misuse the platform and that can have grave consequences for them. Only by aligning with the right program policies and going by the rules, the AdSense program can turn out to be a long-term relationship for bloggers and the platform itself.
Creating a blog in wordpress is a mistake. I’ve been creating blogs on different platforms for many years, and wordpress has a “community of guardians” who are dedicated to eliminating free blogs indiscriminately. If you put a single link in a free wordpress blog they tell you that you are redirecting traffic and that you violate the rules. Therefore, to make a free blog in wordpress implies that at any moment they eliminate you without giving you the opportunity to defend yourself and losing all the time and work done.
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